Various - U.S.C. Hip Hop NYC Real Deal Underground album
Underground hip hop. Collection by Hassan allen. Underground hip hop. Zach Wolfe - THE BITTER SOUTHERNER. Music Icon 90s Hip Hop Hip Hop Rap Music Is Life My Music Hip Hop Classics Outkast Andre 3000 Hiphop Hip Hop Fashion. Inspo Album Earl Sweatshirt - Album on Imgur.
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This album redefined the underground and became the underground treasure that we know and love today. While we wait with Detox-like anticipation for the sequel, we can rest assured that music like this can be defined by one word: ART. Honorable Mentions. I'm a thirty-something underground/old school Hip Hop head with unspeakable passion. I've followed Hip Hop culture since I first got introduced to it when I was a mere seven years of age. Among the albums that hav.
This list provides a guide to the most important hip hop albums, as determined by their presence on compiled lists of significant albums: see the "Lists consulted" section for full details. Inclusion on a list is indicated by numbering after each release. The brief accompanying notes offer an explanation as to why each album has been considered important. The organization of the list is by date of release, ranging from Run-D. s eponymous debut in 1984 to Jay-Z's 2001 album, The Blueprint.
More importantly, the underground lives forever, because it represented artists who weren’t afraid of topics and structures and sounds normally left off the table at A&R meetings. Those who didn’t clamor for radio play or acceptance. Those that you had to find. For many, The Listening could be considered one of the most groundbreaking underground Hip Hop records of the modern era. Before their more commercially successful sophomore follow-up The Minstrel Show, the North Carolina trio felt like a polished major label act with a level of creativity that could only come from within the underground. Phonte and Big Pooh’s chemistry was undeniable while 9th Wonder held everything together effortlessly production wise. Brother Ali – Shadows On The Sun. Mr. Ali Newman really hit his stride on his sophomore album Shadows On The Sun.
Criteria: These are the albums that epitomized all facets of hip-hop music/culture in the 1990s. They were chosen and ranked according to quality, popularity, timelessness and influence. A Wolf In Sheep's Clothing - Black Sheep (1991) 37. Whut? Thee Album - Redman (1992) 38. Don Killuminati: The 7-Day Theory - 2Pac/Makaveli (1996) 39. Return to the 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version - Ol' Dirty Bastard (1995) 40.
Underground hip-hop doesn’t exist anymore, at least not like it used to. It’s hard to pinpoint exactly what happened, but some time right around when indie rock became a genre instead of an indication of label affiliation, underground hip-hop ceased to exist in the way that we had always known it. Maybe it was when Def Jux died. There are still some scenes, still independent hip-hop labels doing their thing, and still plenty of innovative unsigned artists keeping that tradition alive, but underground doesn’t mean much anymore. Seven or eight years ago, if you said you were into underground hip-hop, people knew exactly what you meant. The album is laced with jazzy production from DJ Natural and an always sharp and poetic take on the backpacks, graf, train rides, cyphers, and everything that this underground crew lived and loved.
Unlike their mainstream counterparts, underground hip hop is exactly what it sounds like: rappers who haven't quite hit the mainstream, yet retain a strong, devoted following. The best underground rappers are generally independent rappers who are signed either to an indie label or no label at all and whose lyrical matter discusses either social issues, political issues and other types anti-excess subjects
|2||–Screwball||Cookies And Cream||4:37|
|3||–Powerule||Rock Ya Not Quick||3:01|
|5||–IG Off & Hazardhous*||In The Air||4:04|
|6||–Screwball||They Wanna Know Why||4:45|
|7||–Gab Gotcha||On The Job||4:48|
|8||–Hostile*||Beatem In The Head||3:07|
|9||–Fanat*||Zoo New York||4:25|
|10||–Godfather Don||Piece Of Action||4:18|
|11||–Big Meal||Niggas, Pimps And Players||4:40|
|12||–Godfather Don||Bomb Baby||4:10|
|13||–Slade Savage||War Stories||3:34|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5029365096324
- Matrix / Runout: SBSC8476
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L021
|MDT8476, none||Various||Street Life In Zoo York - Hip Hop (CD, Comp)||Master Dance Tones (UK), Street Beat Sound Collective||MDT8476, none||US||1999|
|SBSC8476||Various||Street Life In Zoo York - Hip Hop (CD, Comp)||Street Beat Sound Collective||SBSC8476||UK||1999|